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  • Dual Updates This Week on the Disaster Podcast

    Dr. Joe Holley returns to the podcast with another Surfside, Florida condo collapse update. He was working there as part of the Federal Incident Support Team (IST). He talks about the extremely dangerous nature of this particular rescue effort and the overall wellness of the USAR teams working there and reiterates the extremely difficult technical nature of this rescue and recovery effort.

  • Report From the Ground at Surfside Building Collapse Rescue

    Dr. Joe Holley joins the podcast live from Surfside, Florida where he is working on the rescue efforts as part of the Federal Incident Support Team (IST). He talks about the extremely dangerous nature of this particular rescue effort and the overall wellness of the USAR teams working there.

  • Recounting Anthrax Investigation Efforts Following 9/11

    Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent Scott Decker joins the Disaster Podcast today to talk about his role leading the investigation into Anthrax attacks following 9/11 back in 2001. Scott led the FBI's bioterrorism investigation unit and has a lot to say about his team's investigation and the subsequent identification of a suspect.

  • Psychologist Ellen Kirschman on Responder Differences With Stress

    Ellen Kirschman, a psychologist specializing in helping responders and their families deal with job stress, joins us today on the Disaster Podcast. Ellen is a member of the First Responder Support Network (FRSN.org).

  • Police Response to 9-11 and Katrina with Joe Haggerty

    Today on the show we have retired Washington D.C. Metro police officer, Joseph B. Haggerty, Sr. Joe is the author of the novels: Shame: The Story of a Pimp and An Ocean in the Desert Contributor to the PSWA anthology: Felons, Flames and Ambulance Rides Award winning poet, writer and lecturer on the sexual exploitation of women and children in prostitution and pornography.

  • Night Police Authors Share Their Careers in Law Enforcement

    Retired police officers and authors Chris Berg and Paul James Smith join the Disaster Podcast Team on this week's show. They share their experiences as police officers and how they responded to incidents and interacted with other first responders. Their books, The Night Police and The Bleeding are available at NightPolice.com.

  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care in a Time of Active Shooters

    Dr. James Brasiel from Accredited EMS Fire Training comes back to the show to help discuss the recent active shooter incident in San Jose, California. He teaches Tactical Combat Casualty Care ("T Triple-C") classes to combined Police/EMS/Fire teams, the military, and other groups involved in active response to these incidents.

  • COVID Update and a Special Memorial Retrospective on Ted Setla

    http://media.blubrry.com/disaster/p/podcast-archives.s3.amazonaws.com/disaster/DisasterPodcast_20210514_Ted_Setla_Memorial_Covid_Update.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreIn the main segment of this episode, we talk about COVID CDC mask guidance updates […]

  • Life and Preparedness as a Digital Nomad with Kevin Reiter

    Frequent guest and friend of the Disaster Podcast, Kevin Writer, comes on the show to talk about his next adventure. He will be going on the road as a digital nomad. He'll be journaling his travels at the website - TheBrokenNomad.com.

  • Hurricane Season Predictions on the Disaster Podcast

    We take a look at the upcoming predictions for the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season this week on the Disaster Podcast. Our meteorologists come on the show to discuss recent severe weather events and then touch on predictions and the methods used to make these long-range forecasts.

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